Let Badnarik Debate
America is the land of the free, not the land of the 'free speech' zone.
Run time 13:24Producer Scott WalshProduction Company Mad StudiosSponsor BushOutTheDoorIn2004.orgAudio/Visual sound, color
Bill O'Reilly and the Patriot Act are two of the worst things that have
happened to America. And to set the record straight, Bill O'Reilly is a
COWARD, and is afraid to debate Libertarian Presidential Candidate
Michael Badnarik on national TV. And, it's not the only debate Badnarik
is trying to get into. The Libertarian Party, on the ballot in all 50
states for the past three elections, the nation's third largest political
party, with more candidates in office and on the ballot than all the
other 'third party' combined. Not only is Michael Badnarik a valid
candidate and has the right to present his views to the voting public,
the people of America have a right to be informed.
"The debates are part of the unconscionable fraud that our political campaigns
have become. Here is a means to present to the American people a rational
exposition of the major issues that face the nation, and the alternate
approaches to their solution. Yet the candidates participate only with the
guarantee of a format that defies meaningful discourse. They should be charged
with sabotaging the electoral process." Walter Cronkite
The debate commission should be broadened to include third party members and
independents and others, or it should be replaced. The two major parties are
becoming so much alike, and the American people know it. They want more choices.
Maybe, if we let other people participate in the debates, people will start
believing that politics matter." Congressman John Lewis, a former CPD director
"I'm for more open debates. I think we have nothing to fear by allowing people
to be seen and to argue and to talk with each other and I think the very concept
of an elite commission deciding for the American people who deserves to be heard
is profoundly wrong." Newt Gingrich
"In dictatorships, it's common for political insiders to hinder or even silence
non-establishment challengers. To do that in America, which supposedly champions
open elections, is outrageous and intolerable. But that is just what the
Commission on Presidential Debates has done. On Thursday, it announced an
unfair, unreasonable and unjust rule almost guaranteeing that only the
Republican and Democratic nominees will be admitted to nationally televised
presidential debates this fall." The Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
"A pre-election debate that brings in a wider range of views can only strengthen
the vibrant dialogue that's needed to inform voters. The debate structure should
be enlarged to include any candidate who either gets, or whose poll figures
indicate his or her party will get, public campaign financing." Christian
"The debate commission is a corrupt duopoly." Steve Forbes
"It is a shame that the man who thumps his chest and says 'Bring It On' can't
even show enough character to engage in a fair political debate." Mad Studios
September 2, 2004
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